About Storefront

Cleverbridge offers numerous storefront views that you can implement in your front end and applications.

The following are examples of storefront user interfaces (catalog, checkout, customer self-service, etc). Below each example, you will find a link to our business user documentation with more details about each UI. Integrate these UIs using a method of your choice:

  • Full page integration - you and your partners or affiliates can easily integrate the UI into your front end using links.
  • Embedded Integration - you can offer a seamless experience on your website with an embedded frame. No redirects to other websites occur.
  • Pop-Up Integration - you can offer a seamless experience on your website with a pop-up frame. No redirects to other websites occur.
  • In-App Integration - customers can make transactions from within your desktop application. As with the pop-up integration, the process is frictionless.
  • Single Sign-On - you can pre-populate checkout data with the customer's information, optimizing the customer experience.


Catalogs and product UIs display tailored information about your product line to a customer. Every Cleverbridge-hosted catalog and product page has an individual URL that adjusts based on the customer’s IP address and language settings. As a result, you can show specific products and prices to a customer located in specific regions. You can control the look and feel of the catalog or product page by including a banner, product images, and descriptions.

For more information about catalogs and product UIs, see Use the Cleverbridge Product Catalog instead of Your Product Pages.

Checkout and Sign-Up UIs

Checkout and sign-up UIs enable customers to purchase or sign up for your products using a PCI-compliant flow. Depending on your business needs and legal requirements, these UIs can be Cleverbridge-hosted or client-branded and offer the following features:

  • Shopping cart - Contains information such as products, pricing, quantity, tax, product information, and so on. Customers can change the quantity of products or remove products from the shopping cart with this component.
  • Checkout page - Contains shopping cart items, customer data, and payment options. The checkout information can be on one web page or split into two or more pages.
  • Review page
  • Confirmation page
  • Order-related documents, for example, an invoice
Review page example

For more information about checkout and sign-up UIs, see Checkout Guide.

Customer Self-Service UIs

Self-service views enable customers to manage their subscriptions themselves, that is to upgrade, downgrade, add items, change payment details, renew subscriptions, turn off automatic renewal, and update contact information.

Self-service UI

For more information about checkout and sign-up UIs, see Offer Self-Service Solutions to Subscription Customers.